caddie

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A lightweight wheeled cart, often fitted with shelves or racks
A golfer's assistant and adviser
A small wheeled cart attached to a bicycle and used as a conveyance for a child
A lightweight freestanding rack designed to hold accessories
A tea caddy
A small tray with a handle and compartments for holding items
To serve as a golf caddie
A Scotch errand boy, porter, or messenger
A golfers assistant and adviser
An attendant who carries a golf player's clubs, tees his ball, etc
One who carries or tends to a player’s clubs during a round
In golf, a caddie is a person who carries golf clubs and other equipment for a player
an attendant who carries the golf clubs for a player
Person responsible for carrying a player's gear and entrusted with providing advice
act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player
A helper who carries a player's bag around the course and may advise on the course or the game
{i} person who carries golf clubs; wheeled device for carrying things which cannot be carried by hand; person who hangs around waiting for odd jobs (Scottish Slang)
A person who carries a players clubs Assists a player on deciding distances and club selection Helps player when deciding on the line of a putt
{f} carry golf clubs
A "caddie" is one who carries or handles a player's clubs during play and otherwise assists him in accordance with the Rules When one caddie is employed by more than one player, he is always deemed to be the caddie of the player whose ball is involved, and equipment carried by him is deemed to be that player's equipment, except when the caddie acts upon specific directions of another player, in which case he is considered to be that other player's caddie
an attendant who carries the golf clubs for a player act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player
A lad; young fellow
If you caddie for a golfer, you act as their caddie. Lil caddied for her son
A cadet
One who does errands or other odd jobs
caddie-car
{i} golf car
Caddy
A Cadillac car

So Dave backed his car in beside the Caddy, his eyes on the side door of the bar, no one having come out for a while.

caddied
Simple past tense and past participle of caddie
caddied
Simple past tense and past participle of caddy
caddies
plural form of caddie or caddy
caddies
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of caddie
caddies
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of caddy
caddy
To serve as a caddy, carrying golf clubs etc
caddy
One hired to assist another in playing the game of golf
caddy
{n} a small box for tea
Caddy
an informal name for a Cadillac. caddie caddied caddying caddies to carry golf clubs for someone who is playing golf
caddied
past of caddie
caddied
past of caddy
caddies
plural of caddie or caddy
caddies
third-person singular of caddie
caddies
third-person singular of caddy
caddy
The name given to a tin or jar of tea, which takes its name from the Chinese or Malayan word 'catty'- a term used to describe the weight of one pound of tea In the past tea caddies were equipped with a lock and key
caddy
(aka: "caddie") someone who carries a players bag of clubs and/or advises a player with the details of the course i e yardage, breaks, hazards, recommended clubs/shots to play
caddy
{f} carry golf clubs
caddy
Another person to accompany player and carry clubs and advise on shot selection
caddy
Luxury Vehicle (noun) A car with style and plush seats/"Bling-Bling, check out yo mack daddy CADDY "
caddy
act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player
caddy
The plastic and metal carrier into which a CD must be inserted before it is loaded into some CD-ROM drives or CD recorders
caddy
a can for storing tea
caddy
The plastic and metal carrier into which a CD must be inserted before it is loaded into some CD-ROM drives or CD-Recorders (others have a tray that slides out to receive the CD, and do not need caddies)
caddy
A box that safely holds and transports a set of three Tomahawks
caddy
a tournament director's assistant, typically responsible for distributing to and picking up from the tables in play
caddy
The name given to a tin or jar of tea, which takes its name from the Chinese or Malayan word 'catty'- a term used to describe the weigh of one pound of tea In the past tea caddies were equipped with a lock and key
caddy
A tournament director's assistance, typically responsible for distributing to and picking up from the tables in play
caddy
{i} lidded can or box for storing tea; one who carries golf clubs; drawer for compact discs in a CD-ROM drive (Computers)
caddy
A small, lidded container, usually for tea
caddy
Individual who carries bags for golfers and assists them in the playing of the course Ideally, a caddy should possess the eyes of a big-game hunter, the strength of a linebacker, the patience of a diplomat and the memory of a Mafia witness
caddy
The plastic and metal carrier into which a CD must be inserted before it is loaded into some CD-ROM drives or CD recorders (others have a tray which slides out to receive the disc, and do not need caddies) CD Bridge A set of specifications defining a way of recording CD-I information on a CD-ROM XA disc Used for Photo CD and Video CD CD Extra or CD Plus A multisession disc containing a number of audio tracks in the first session, and one CD-ROM XA data track in the second session Additional characteristics are defined in the Blue Book standard An alternative to mixed-mode for combining standard CD-DA audio (which can be played in a normal audio player), and a computer application, on a single disc CD+G (aka karaoke) A special disc disc format in which simple graphics and text are stored in the subchannels of an audio disc, but you need a special player to read and display this information The data in the subchannels cannot be copied with most current systems or software
caddy
A small box, can, or chest to keep tea in
caddy
A container that holds the CD-ROM
caddying
present participle of caddy
caddie
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